[ANN] Altera Cyclone EP1C12 FPGA Board

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The successful Cyclone EP1C6 FPGA module is now available with the larger
Cyclon EP1C12. The board is an ideal module for SoC design with soft-core
CPUs such as NIOS or JOP. Additional to the FPGA it conatins a three
stage memory hirarchy:

    Fast asynchron memory as main memory.
    Conventional Flash for coniguration data and application.
    A big NAND Flash for solide state disc.

The board comes as module ready to be plugged in your expansion board or
an an expansion board with Ethernet connection.
The board is not only usefull for FPGA prototyping, but is a ready to use
module for your application board. Ask for price on larger quantities.

The Facts:

    Altera Cyclone EP1C6Q240 or EP1C12Q240 FPGA
    Step down voltage regulator (1V5)
    Crystal clock (20 MHz) at the PLL input (up to 640 MHz)
    512KB Flash (for FPGA configuration and program)
    up to 1MB fast async Ram
    up to 128MB NAND Flash
    ByteBlasterMV port
    Watchdog with LED
    EPM7064 PLD to configure Cyclone from flash (on watchdog reset)
    serial interface (MAX3232)
    56 general IO pins

The RAM consists of two independent 16 Bit banks (with own address and
control lines). Both RAM chips are on the back side of the PCB direct
under the FPGA pins. The traces are very short (below 10 mm) so it is
possible to use the RAMs at full speed without reflection problems. The
two banks can be combined to form 32 Bit RAM or support two independent
CPU cores (A dual processor system in a FPGA :-).

Further information: http://www.jopdesign.com/cyclone/index.jsp

Kind regards
Martin Schoeberl
snipped-for-privacy@jopdesign.com





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